Actors are not the only artists in theater, nor are they the most important, but all artists in the theater (playwrights, directors, designers and actors) start from the premise that the essence of our art is actors engaging with an audience, and that our common goal is to explore and enhance the live, communal experience that is at the heart of theater.
The course of study combines the best aspects of conservatory training with the practical experience of a three-year internship at a professional theater, enhanced by the academic courses and credentials supplied by a university degree program. Students graduating from the program should have the skills necessary to work as actors, directors, teachers or a combination of all three.
Brown's special collections: Harris Collection of American Drama, the Sidney Albert Shaw Collection, the Smith Magicana Collection, three theaters, eight studios, departmental library, Harvard Theatre Collection, easily accessible resources throughout New England and in New York City, as well as downtown Providence theater spaces.
Information about the audition process is available on the Brown/Trinity Rep website. All applicants interested in financial aid must fill out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).
- A photo, resume, and a private audition. Applicants are not required to respond to the questions regarding published articles or books and fluency in a foreign language in the Graduate School application. A writing sample is required for the Director's program (please see the Brown/Trinity Rep website for details).
- GRE General: Not required
- GRE Subject: Not required
Application Deadline: January 3rd
The application for fall 2022 admission will open in late August.